10:52 P.M. UpdateApril 13th, 2014 at 10:51 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
Showers & t’storms will continue to increase & push in.
Low-level jet is very strong & dynamics are good, but instability is not. That said, severe threat should remain west of our area. If it were just a bit more unstable, this very strong low-level jet would help create an isolated, brief, weak tornado threat with small line segments in the mass of rainfall.
Showers are possible tomorrow with falling temperatures into the 40s with strong north wind.
Showers will mix with wet snow & may change to all wet snow before ending early Tuesday morning. If there is any accumulation, it would be under 1″ & confined to grassy areas & elevated surfaces.
A total of 0.50-1″ (isolated 1-1.25″) rainfall still seems reasonable for our area followed by cool, windy Tuesday with highs only in the 40s.
24-28 will occur Tuesday night with 50s & sun Wednesday.